I loved Tangled the first time I saw it! The cast was adorable, especially Maximus. I think that as more Disney princess movies were made, the princesses have more personality.
The music for the part where Rapunzel and the townsfolk were dancing reminds me so much of an instrumental track in The Corrs’ album. This led me to conclude that they might be Irish. Then again, I might be wrong.
If you love Disney’s Tangled, there’s a cute blog about it, welovetangled.tumblr.com.
The problem with watching a movie for the millionth time is that more and more “loopholes” seem to pop up each time. But, as with any animation or fairy tale for that matter, the impossible always happens. Therefore, I know I couldn’t change a thing even if I rant about it on and on.
One thing that disturbs my peace of mind was teaching my children that “mother knows best” but the so-called mother who sang that song was really a kidnapper and some sort of witch. I guess I’ll have to look for other teaching methods, huh?
Another is that Flynn Rider told Rapunzel that “a little rebellion, a little adventure – that’s good, healthy even.” But then, would you believe what a wanted thief (who doesn’t even use his real name) says?
But, I did believe him. In their conversation on the boat,
Rapunzel: What if it’s not everything that I dreamed it would be?
Eugene: It will be.
Rapunzel: And, what if it is? What do I do then?
Eugene: Well, that’s the good part, I guess. You get to go find a new dream.
C.S. Lewis said, “You are never too old to… dream a new dream.” And I agree wholeheartedly! And I also agree with Joel Osteen:
God would not have put that dream in your heart if He had not already given you everything you need to fulfill it.
— Joel Osteen (@JoelOsteen) February 27, 2012
Like Rapunzel of Disney’s Tangled, may our dreams be fulfilled! 🙂